On 4/10/07, Robin Houston <robin.houston@gmail.com> wrote:
You could record a macro that selects the current line (apple-L) then invokes the command.

Apple-SHIFT-L, sorry!

Also, the line of Ruby code I posted needs to be changed to

  line = line.gsub(/([\$\\`])/){"\\#$1"}

otherwise it gives an error when
 a) the cursor is already at the end of the initial whitespace on the line, and
 b) the line contains a special character ($, \, or `).